Located at the corner of Broad and White Streets in Hartford, St. George has served the Armenian community of central Connecticut since 1953. Our small tightly knit congregation gathers each Sunday under the leadership of the Reverend Father Gomidas Zohrabian to celebrate “The Badarak” (Divine Liturgy) very much as it has been celebrated for generations. The music, incense and classical Armenian prayers gently guide us on our Christian journey. We also enjoy celebrating Armenian culture at events like our annual Armenian Food Fest held at the church in mid October. If you would like to know more about us…please feel free to visit or email us.
A native of Fort Worth, TX, Very Rev. Fr. Daniel Findikyan is a graduate of St. Nersess Armenian Seminary in New Rochelle, NY. While studying at the Seminary, Fr. Daniel ...Read More
His Holiness KAREKIN II was born in 1951 in the village of Voskehat, near Etchmiadzin, and baptized Ktrij Nersissian. He entered the seminary of Holy Etchmiadzin in 1965, graduating with honors ...Read More
St. George has been classed from the beginning among the greatest saints and martyrs of the Christian Church. In spite of his popularity both in the East and in the ...Read More
(Reprinted from Consecration of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Hartford, 1953) The first Armenian to settle in Hartford was Samuel Donchian. He arrived in 1884 to establish the Samuel Donchian ...Read More
Founded in the first century by two of the Apostles of Jesus Christ, Saints Thaddeus and Bartholomew, we are one of the five ancient Eastern Oriental Orthodox churches. Saints Thaddeus ...Read More
The mission of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church is to preach the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and to proclaim its message of salvation. This mission is realized through worship, ...Read More